Every vote counts! Nov. 3 is Election Day
Nov. 3 is Election Day and every vote counts!
This year, issues of deep concern to seniors, such as Social Security and Medicare, are being debated. Seniors face the daunting challenge of risking exposure to COVID-19 by visiting a polling site on Election Day, Nov. 3.
MAC is committed to informing seniors about ways to vote and remain safe.
Here’s what you need to know to vote in the 2020 Presidential Election:
Due to COVID-19,
the Maryland State Board of Elections encourages Marylanders
to vote by mail.
Our mission is to provide programs and services that preserve dignity, health and independence for an aging population
Richard A. Henson Wellness Center
The Richard A. Henson Wellness Center gym is open!
The gym is operating at 50% capacity in accordance with Gov. Hogan's executive order on the reopening of fitness centers in Maryland, and for the safety of its members.
Hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Richard A. Henson Wellness Center offers a wide variety of programs and services targeted toward addressing the health concerns and needs of older persons. The center’s goal is to enable and to empower members to be physically active and to maintain and enhance their level of independence.
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Attention Medicare beneficiaries: Do you feel like you’re paying too much for your medications? Do you want to explore other Medicare prescription plans? The State Health Insurance Program (SHIP) at MAC is ready to help. As part of the annual Medicare Part D Open Enrollment, the team of specially trained SHIP counselors at MAC will…Read More
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By Kathleen Votava, Aging Services Program Specialist at the Administration for Community Living What’s the plan? That’s the question we ask ourselves every September as we observe National Preparedness Month. Having an emergency plan is important at any time, but especially during a pandemic. The challenges of COVID-19 make thinking about preparedness and planning more…Read More
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